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4. ELA pedagogy, research, and theory

COE 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6

NCTE Standard 4.1, 3.7.1, 2.4

Candidate shows no evidence of ability to examine and select resources for instruction such as textbooks, other print materials, videos, films, recordings, and software, appropriate for supporting the teaching of ELA. Candidate seems unaware of major sources of research and theory related to English language arts, and so fails to use them to support teaching decisions.

Candidate demonstrates inadequate planning, goal setting, and ability to establish realistically high expectations for learners. Candidate seldom uses practices designed to assist students in developing habits of critical thinking and judgment.

Candidate shows some ability to examine and select resources for instruction such as textbooks, other print materials, videos, films, recordings, and software, appropriate for supporting the teaching of ELA. Candidate occasionally uses major sources of research and theory related to English language arts to support teaching decisions.

Candidate sporadically demonstrates thoughtful planning, ability to set goals and achieve them, and realistically high expectations for learners. Candidate occasionally uses practices designed to assist students in developing habits of critical thinking and judgment.

Candidate frequently examines and selects resources for instruction such as textbooks, other print materials, videos, films, recordings, and software, appropriate for supporting the teaching of ELA. Candidate frequently uses major sources of research and theory related to English language arts to support teaching decisions,  consistently demonstrates thoughtful planning, ability to set and achieve goals, conveys realistically high expectations for all learners. Candidate frequently uses practices designed to assist students in developing habits of critical thinking and judgment.

Candidate selects or creates instructional materials that are consistent with what is known about student learning in ELA. Candidate reflects on teaching performances in light of research on, and theories of, how students compose and respond to text and makes adjustments in teaching as appropriate. Candidate independently plans and implements comprehensive lessons; learner motivation and monitoring are built into plans. Candidate designs and implements instruction and assessment that assist students in developing habits of critical thinking.

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